A professional couple have told how they channelled the chaos of parentingduring the first coronavirus lockdowns into producing a children’s book with aheart-warming message of “friendship and self-acceptance”.
Ben and LouiseTaylor, of Deal, Kent, were inspired by their creative six-year-old son,Freddie, who put pen to paper on Halloween last year and drew Valtro thewitch.
One year ago, 84-year-old Peter Attwood, from Chatham in Kent, died with coronavirus in what is the earliest known death involving Covid-19 on UK soil.Since then, the toll has spiralled past 100,000 as the nation sustained one of the worst death rates in the world and has been battered by the economic fallout.
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A fire has broken out at a virus-hit army barracks in Kent where hundreds ofasylum seekers have been living. Footage of Napier Barracks in Folkestoneshared with the PA news agency shows heavy smoke and blaring alarms can beheard.
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